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The countdown to one of Ireland's biggest summer festivals is well and truly on, and now Longitude have only gone and given us 22 more glorious acts to see.

They've also entrusted us with the break-up of which days certain artists are playing over the weekend, so we're pretty much ecstatic.

The new acts include; Ave, Bugzy Malone, Fredo, Wild Youth, Little Simz, NOT3S, Headlie One, YBN Cordae, Chasing Abbey, Kneecap, Biig Piig, Grace Carter, Amber Mark, Saweetie, Buddy, Ama Lou, Adekunle Gold, Mallrat, JYELLOWL, Nealo, Why-Axis and Barny Fletcher.

Stage times will be announced over the next few weeks, so stay tuned.

Unforch, H.E.R. and Clairo cannot perform at Longitude 2019 due to scheduling conflicts. We're gutted, especially about H.E.R., but thank the Lord we have 22 new acts to worship.

The festival will take place in Marlay Park from July 5 until July 7, 2019. There are still some limited tickets left for the full three days, so get on that FAST.

For further festival information see: www.longitude.ie | www.mcd.ie

Feature image: Instagram/@longitudefest


Tullamore trio, Chasing Abbey have just landed themselves a global record deal.

The unique pop/ dance/ hip-hop group formed in 2016 and broke onto music scene earlier this year with the release of their debut track, That Good Thing, which made the lads the most listened to unsigned Irish act on radio.

Following the song's success, Chasing Abbey attracted the attention of a number of international labels – and now, they have finally secured a deal with 3 Beat UK and Universal Music.

The renowned record label is responsible for breaking artists such as Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Kanye West and Jay Z.

That Good Thing is set to be released across the UK, Europe, America and the rest of the world in the coming weeks.

If you fancy catching these guys before they become world-wide mega stars, they’ll be playing a headline show at The Academy on September 23.

Tickets for the show are available here

Not bad for three lads from Tullamore, eh?